The Haute Ticket

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Perfect Radiance Treatment Facial Oil Review

My skin care regime is pretty basic. Cleanse, moisturize, and hit the hay. Pretty simple. Turns out, I was missing a trick; facial oil. Now, some of you readers may remember me simply raving about the NUXE Multi-Purpose Dry Oil and its true – I can’t get enough of that stuff, but I have yet to use it on my face… Why? My oily t-zone, that’s why. It’s a nightmare. (Speaking of, where are my Shine Absorbing Sheets?!)

After a Kiehl’s experience left her traumatized, Catherine convinced me that serum is a skin-care regime must. And she is the beauty product junkie après tout. I had just come around to the idea of applying a dollop of serum as well as slathering my face in Clarins Multi-Active Night Cream but night oil too? Please! Let’s not anger the beast.

In the end, curiosity got the better of me (as per) and after spotting a rather tempting store display in M&S (I’m a sucker for good merchandising) I decided to try out Marks & Spencer’s Formula Perfect Radiance Treatment Oil which has a healthy dose of Vitamin C too. And the little box was pretty in pink. Sold.

The latest addition to my ‘shelfie’. And yes, that is a bottle of  Bushmills Irish Whiskey. It’s a lamp, I swear.

Free from chemical nasties, this Nourishing Night Oil has the Leaping Bunny stamp of approval and now it has mine too. After a few weeks of using a drop or two after applying my night cream, my skin is brighter, smoother and, wait for it, less oily – say what? Don’t be alarmed by the teeny bottle, one or two drops is all you need. And my top tip? Patting the oil on top of your night cream seals the moisturizer and traps in all that goodness.

Over and out.



Photo By: Charlotte Jane

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